Deadly Cincinnati nightclub shooting

Police identified the name of the person killed in an overnight Cincinnati nightclub shooting that also left more than a dozen people injured.

The victim was identified at a news conference as 27-year-old O'Bryan Spikes.

Police said calls came in of shots fired at the Cameo club around 1:30 a.m. Sunday.

Police Chief Eliot Isaac said the bar was very crowded at the time when several men got into a dispute at the bar and shots were fired by several people.

Isaac also said the club does wand and pat down patrons, but several firearms made it through security anyway.
A hospital spokeswoman said two of the wounded were in critical condition; the police chief said one was "extremely critical.''

Authorities don't believe there is a terrorism link. 

Ohio's governor said he has instructed his administration to offer any assistance the state can provide in the aftermath of the tragedy.

John Kasich said he is saddened and offered prayers for the victims and families of all involved.